Catalyse is offering an intensive 2 day ACAT Accredited Supervision Workshop for those considering training as an ACAT Accredited Supervisor. Attendance at this and a follow up reflective session fulfils the Part 1 ACAT-approved training and forms part of the formal ACAT training pathway.
The workshop is also open to those interested in developing as a supervisor and those who may be exploring the possibility of beginning their CAT supervisor training but are not yet sure or ready to start the ACAT training pathway. The training offers a chance to develop relational supervisory competencies.
The training draws on Debby Pickvance’s book ‘CAT supervision: a relational approach’ (Routledge, 2016) and will explore the relational approach to CAT supervision and challenges in the supervision relationship. It will focus on key aspects of supervision: building a supervisory alliance, use of self, parallel process, working with process in the room, supervision of development of CAT tools, dynamics in supervision groups, enactments and ruptures in supervision and ethical issues.
Methods include mapping relational patterns common in supervision, experiential exercises, small group reflection, trainer skills demonstrations, role play, mapping of personal supervisory style and presentations by the trainers on core ideas.
This course runs from 9.30am-5.00pm each day and will conclude with a follow up reflective group to build on the learning and internalisation of the relational supervision skills.
Sarah Littlejohn originally trained as an integrative psychotherapist and qualified as a CAT Practitioner in 2001. Sarah went on to be accredited as a CAT Psychotherapist, and is also an accredited supervisor and trainer. She's been a lead trainer for the Catalyse Practitioner Training for more than a decade and provides supervision for Practitioner Trainees and for IRRAPT trainees. Sarah runs introductory CAT workshops to a range of professionals each year. She has been a past chair of ACAT’s Training Committee and is currently a member of Catalyse Executive. She is particularly interested in how CAT provides a framework for the early formulation of complexity, and uses of the therapeutic relationship.
Glenys Parry has worked in the NHS for many years in clinical services, training, senior management and policymaking. Glenys developed her skills in CAT after editing Tony Ryle’s 1990 book ‘Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Active Participation in Change’ for Wiley. She has a longstanding interest in the effective application of research to practice and has led or contributed to a number of Department of Health policy initiatives in psychological therapies. In addition to individual psychotherapy, she is an experienced organisational consultant and management mentor.
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